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Alexandra Prince

Alexandra Prince Bio

She is the girl that has been taking the dance scene by storm with her exceptional talents, cunning creativity and marvellous beauty.

Alexandra’s musical gift has been with her since the day she was born. Before her Brazilian mother fell in love and moved to Hamburg to settle down with her German father, she toured the world as a dancer in one of the most successful Brazilian dance-groups of the 70s. Alexandra owes her mum, not only for her great talent and her unstoppable energy, but also for the fact that she was born in rainy Hamburg in 1975 instead of sunny Brazil.

She sang her way from the karaoke-bars of Hamburg’s Reeperbahn into the best music studios in Germany. Today her itinerary resembles the schedules of the “who is who” in the German music scene.

At the tender age of fourteen she had her first taste of professional studio work and is still demonstrating her awesome talent with her continuous delivery of high quality productions. In 1996 she met Toni Cottura, the producer of Booya, by chance. Toni immediately recognised her potential and gave Alexandra a deal as a solo artist.

In the following years she sang nearly every top hit for the Booya Family and lent her amazing voice to Nana’s #1 hit Lonely. Her success made her a high profile artist and so it was about time for a project of her own. Her first solo single How We Livin was a top 30 hit and stayed in the charts for a full 16 weeks.

In 2005 came the release that placed Prince on the map with the single So Many Times which she collaborated with Gadjo. Apart from lending her voice to the track, she also provided her talents as a song-writer and wrote the hit that reached #1 in the Worldwide Dance Charts and #22 in the official UK Single Charts.

She has showcased her talents on several collaborations including the singles I Can’t Get Enough (featuring Fireflies), Rising High, Hi ‘N’ Bye (featuring Till West & Eddie Thoneick), Show Me What You Got (featuring Plastik Funk) and Higher State/Continental GT (featuring Funkstar De Luxe). Her most recent collaboration sprung forth in 2011 with the single Disco featuring Miss Kelly Marie and Markus Binapfl.

Alexandra Prince is currently working with the biggest DJs in the international house scene. Her most recent titles were produced in collaboration with Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Syke ‘N’ Sugarstarr and the high fliers Till West & DJ Delicious. She writes songs for Oliver Moldan, DJ Moguai, the label Deep Dish and many more.

With a debut album in production with expected impressive collaborations, Alexandra Prince is currently reining the dance scene.